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Female Nobel Prize Laureates

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In 1903, only two years after the Nobel Foundation was established, a Nobel Prize was awarded to a woman, Marie Curie, for the first time. Women have been winning Nobel Prizes ever since. In fact, one woman, Bertha von Suttner was influential in convincing Alfred Nobel to set aside a Prize for peace. Women have won Prizes in all categories with the exception of Economics (which was established in 1968 and first awarded in 1969).


1903 Marie Sklodowska Curie
1963 Maria Goeppert Mayer


1911 Marie Sklodowska Curie
1935 Irene Joliot-Curie
1964 Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin

Physiology & Medicine:

1947 Gerty Radnitz Cori
1977 Rosalyn Sussman Yalow
1983 Barbara McClintock
1986 Rita Levi-Montalcini
1988 Gertrude Elion
1995 Christiane Nusslein-Volhard


1905 Baroness Bertha von Suttner
1931 Jane Addams
1946 Emily Greene Balch
1976 Betty Williams
1976 Mairead Corrigan
1979 Mother Teresa
1982 Alva Myrdal
1991 Aung San Suu Kyi
1992 Rigoberta Menchu Tum
1997 Jody Williams


1909 Selma Ottilia Lovisa Lagerlof
1926 Grazia Deledda
1928 Sigrid Undset
1938 Pearl Buck
1945 Gabriela Mistral
1966 Nelly Sachs
1991 Nadine Gordimer
1993 Toni Morrison
1996 Wislawa Szymborska

For more information about female scientists in general and Nobel Prize-winning women in particular, we recommend the following books from our Book Stacks.

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General Overview

bulletNobel Prize Women in Science: Their Lives, Struggles, and Momentous Discoveries, by Sharon Bertsch McGrayne, is the first book to examine the lives and accomplishments of women who have received the Nobel Prize, as well as those those who contributed to prize-winning projects.
bulletWomen's Science : Learning and Succeeding from the Margins by Margaret A. Eisenhart, Elizabeth Finkel
bulletFor Junior High School-age children, consider this concise paperback: Nobel Prize Winners (Women in Profile Series) by Carlotta Hacker
bulletHistory of Women in Science for Young People, by Vivian Sheldon Epstein, is an outstanding resource for schools seeking role models for young women interested in science.
bullet100 Most Important Women of the 20th Century describes the contribution of women from around the world in all fields ranging from writing and science to politics and athletics.
bullet500 Great Books by Women: A Reader's Guide An indispensable and extremely well-organized treasure map to literature by women. Contains brief reviews of 500 books by women, and seven cross-referenced indexes to identify books by author, title, genre, topic, and even country of book content. -
bulletLet's Hear It for the Girls: 375 Great Books for Readers 2-14. have culled a stellar group of 375 titles divided into picture books, storybooks, chapter books, and more complex writings. -


Nobel-Prize winning Researchers in Science

bulletMarie Curie : A Life (Radcliffe Biography Series)by Susan Quinn
bulletA Feeling for the Organism : The Life and Work of Barbara McClintock by Evelyn Fox Keller, W. H. Freeman (Contributor)


Nobel-Prize worthy Researchers in Science

bulletRosalind Franklin and DNA by Anne Sayre
bulletLise Meitner : A Life in Physics (California Studies in the History of Science , Vol. 13) by Ruth Lewin Sime

A variety of organizations exist which serve to promote the role of women in science, technology, politics, and society. Below are links to some of the more prominent ones. If you would like to add your favorite women-advocacy organization to this list, please send us a note at [email protected].

Women in Science:

bulletAssociation for Women in Science
bulletAmerican Medical Women's Association
bulletNRC's Committee on Women in Science and Engineering
bulletThird World Organization for Women in Science
bulletAssociation for Women Geoscientists
bulletAmerican Association for the Advancement of Science
bulletNational Academy of Sciences
bulletThe President's Interagency Council on Women

Women in Technology:

bulletWomen in Technology International
bulletSociety of Women Engineers
bulletAssociation for Women in Computing
bulletThe Ada Project: Tapping Internet Resources for Women in Computer Science


Articles on Women and Science:

bulletNSF Report on Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering
bulletNature Debate on Why are there so few women in science?
bulletNobelists help celebrate AWIS 25th Anniversary
bulletPioneering Women of Computing
bulletWomen in Science: Guide to Reference Sources
bulletWomen in Science and Engineering
bulletBiographies of Women Mathematicians
bulletThe National Women's Hall of Fame
bulletABC's 100 Most Important Women of the Century



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